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Preferred Qualifications: Master’s degree in accounting or MBA with accounting focus, and more than five years of relevant accounting experience.

Strongly Preferred Qualifications: CPA accreditation, knowledge of Paciolan computer program and familiarity with NCAA Division I rules and regulations.

Assistant Ticket Office Manager

Employer: St. Bonaventure University, St. Bonaventure, New York

Categories: Operations, Operations – Ticket Office

Type: Full-time – Experienced

Job Description: St. Bonaventure University, an NCAA Division I institution and member of the Atlantic 10 Conference, has an immediate opening for an Assistant Ticket Office Manager. This is a full-time, 12-month appointment with an hourly wage and benefits.

Responsibilities: The successful candidate will be responsible for assisting the Ticket Office Manager in all facets of the office operation. Working in a customer service environment, he/she will help to set strategy to achieve sales goals for men’s and women’s basketball, will be committed to exceptional customer service and communication, will analyze data, will help manage the databases, will collaborate with University staff as well as outside vendors, and will train and supervise part-time staff. Candidates must demonstrate an understanding of and commitment to NCAA, Atlantic 10 Conference and institutional rules.

Requirements: An Associate’s degree in a related field is required; a bachelor’s degree is preferred. Previous experience in ticket sales at either the collegiate or professional sports level is preferred.

Aquatics Director

Employer: Health Fitness/MIT, Cambridge, Massachusetts

Categories: Operations, Operations – Facility Management

Type: Full-time – Experienced

Job Description: Health Fitness has a great opportunity for a full-time Aquatics Director at our prestigious MIT client site located in Cambridge, MA. This premier program consists of a 150,000 sq ft facility complete with two floors of fitness activity space housing over 40 pieces of cardiovascular equipment, two full lines of strength equipment, free weight room, squash courts, multi-activity court and is connected to 3 additional athletic facilities housing multiple gymnasiums, an indoor track and ice rink. Serving an eligible population of 15,000+, this program incorporates comprehensive fitness and recreational programming all into one facility. SUMMARY: This position is designed toassist the Director of Recreational Sports in all aspects of operation of the Zesiger Aquatic Center and Alumni Pool, and related programs and services. Specifically, the Aquatic Director directs all aspects of aquatic and general recreation programs. Staff reporting directly and indirectly include: water fitness instructors, lifeguards, events and facility operations, and program management staff. Responsibilities include creating, approving, directing, managing, budgeting, marketing and evaluation of staff, programs and events in the Aquatic program. The Aquatic Director assists in the development, interpretation, and enforcement of all systems, policies and procedures of Recreational Sports programs and services. Other major responsibilities include providing customer service, facility security, special events support and special projects and oversight of the Health & Safety Committee.

JOB ACCOUNTABILITIES (Duties & Responsibilities)

This job is responsible for the performance of the following duties and responsibilities:

Primary: Staff Management:

Direct and support aquatic professional staff – meet weekly (3-5 total). •Share leadership in organizing and facilitating program/marketing meeting- weekly. •Lead aquatic team meetings. •Provide oversight and management of all personnel decisions and actions in the aquatic program. •Liaison to MIT for all union lifeguard needs. •Approve new hire paper work, weekly and bi-weekly payroll for 60+ staff. •Approve all in service program outlines and staff training lesson plans/programs. •Compile full-time program staff schedules. •Recruit, hire, train, develop, and evaluate all interns, coordinators, assistant, and associate directors. •Review and approve all other personnel matters in the aquatic program.

Program Management: •Develop and monitor budget for Aquatic programs. •Approve all aquatic expenses. Reconcile credit card monthly. •Evaluate and provide direction to program staff on the development, administration, and evaluation of all aquatic programs. •Develop 2-3 campus-wide recreational and wellness programs through program staff and collaborative efforts with other departments each year. •Provide oversight and development for student leadership initiatives and interns in aquatic programs. •Review and approve all aquatic program marketing, registration, and staffing plans and information.

Facility Management: •Review, evaluate, and advise program management staff on program and facility equipment inventory: purchases, repair, and replacement. •Liaison with all athletic reservations from DAPER Coaches, Physical Education, and community rentals in the Aquatic program. •Assist staff in the development, review, and approval of all aquatic rentals and long term user reservations. •Review and approve weekly pool schedule. •Serve as Meet Director for designated meets. •Facilitate all aquatic special events and collaborate with other program directors and departments on Recreational Sports events. •Conduct daily facility audit and submit related work orders.

Project Management: •Facilitate and submit quarterly and annual reports for aquatics. •Coordinate the compilation and analysis of group and individual participation counts daily, weekly and quarterly. •Review, update, and approve all related staff manuals. •Monitor Aquatic web pages. •Facilitate Aquatic annual shut down.

Health & Safety: •Oversight and leadership of Recreational Sports Health & Safety Committee. •Direct semi/annual emergency action plan evacuation drills. •Perform risk assessment and analysis of program, services and operations. Secondary: •Attend administrative staff meetings. •Researches purchases. •Attend Central Management Team staff meetings. •Teach and lifeguard as needed. •Open and close building as assigned. •Submit work orders as needed. •Complete special projects as assigned. •Develop new program concepts and relationships. •Develop proposals and conduct program analysis. •Monitor and approve payroll through ADP. •Performs other duties as assigned.

Requirements: The following minimum qualifications are required in order for an individual to perform the essential duties and responsibilities of this job: Education, Experience and Certifications: •Master’s Degree in Recreation, Physical Education, or related field required. •3-5 years’ experience working in the field of collegiate recreation, at or above the Assistant Program Directorlevel or equivalent. •Experience should include program management, staff management (instructional, health fitness instructors and lifeguard) and event management experience. •Current CPR, FA, AED and BBP certifications required. •Desirable Certifications: Pool operator, CRSS, SCUBA, LG, LGI, LGIT, WSI, WSIT, ACE, AFAA, NSCA, and water fitness experience.

Other Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: •Ability to multi-task and meet timelines consistently. •Attention to detail. •Excellent written and oral communication skills. •Solid computing (Excel, Word, and PowerPoint) and customer service skills. •Experience working with Spectrum NG CSI Software, Dream weaver, Desk top publishing – Pagemaker or Print Shop, Colorado Timing, and EMS. •Experience working with implementation of union employee contract. •Hours will be determined based on program needs. Weekends and evenings will be involved.

Director of Fitness and Programming

Employer: Job Target, Hamilton, New York

Categories: Executive, Executive – Associate Athletics Director

Type: Full-time – Experienced

Job Description: The Director is responsible for the organization, management, administration and supervision of all aspects of Colgate University's Trudy Fitness Center, facility memberships, associated recreational fitness programming and Physical Education courses. 

The Director will also be expected to collaborate with the Director of Recreation, Chair of PE, the Director of Wellness, and the Office of Human Resources to provide assistance with the creation, implementation, staffing, monitoring, marketing, and coordination of group fitness classes and health programming for Colgate students and employees.

This position will require varied hours. Night and weekend hours will be required at various times throughout the year.
Essential Functions: Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: 
- recruiting, hiring, training, scheduling, troubleshooting, evaluating and completing payroll for fitness center student and casual wage staff; 
- updating staff training materials, operating manuals; 
-assisting with developing, adjusting and enforcing policies and procedures; 
-budget management; 
-equipment inventory and maintenance, including health and safety checks; 
-overseeing risk management practices;

Candidate must be capable of working collegially with a diverse group of faculty, staff and students on a daily basis.


 -Bachelor's Degree in exercise physiology, kinesiology, human performance, sport/recreation management, health, or related field with a strong emphasis in health and fitness required.
-Current certification in group fitness from a nationally recognized fitness organization (e.g., AFAA, ACSM, ACE, NCSA) or other national certification in personal training 
-Direct active experience in exercise leadership, strength and conditioning, group fitness and/or personal training.
-Experience in fitness facility operations, fitness equipment usage procedures and maintenance plans
-Strong computer skills required with MS Office software and basic website capabilities
-Certification by American Red Cross in Adult CPR and First Aid required within six months of hire
-Must be a self starter and demonstrate initiative when unsupervised 
-Strong oral and written communication skills required
-Must be able to train fitness attendants in proper strength and cardio equipment usage 
-Must be capable of working collegially with a diverse group of students, faculty, staff, and visitors on a daily basis.
Additional Preferred Qualifications: 1-2 years experience hiring, training, scheduling, evaluating and supervising fitness facility and staff
2-3 years of fitness instruction experience and a nationally recognized certification 
- Experience in membership/customer services.
Special Instructions to Applicants: Colgate, an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer, is committed to developing and sustaining a diverse faculty, student body, and staff to further the university's academic mission. Minorities are encouraged to apply.

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